Beth El @ Home

As we continue to stay at home and social distance from one another, we are reminded how important and even essential community is in our lives. Although we cannot gather physically, we still need to reach out and be with one another. Praying and learning together in our virtual kehillah kedoshah, our sacred community, can help us feel the presence of God in our lives.
We hope that you have found meaning in the virtual communal worship and programs we offer. If you haven’t yet joined us by Zoom or livestreaming, we hope you will soon.
Community Care & Beth El Neighborhoods 
Our new and exciting community initiative Beth El Neighborhoods has launched.
Our Rabbis are Here for You

Speak to a rabbi:
If you would like to speak to Rabbi Olitzky or Rabbi Marder, please email them to arrange a time to talk.

Follow rabbis’ blogs:
Visit Rabbi Olitzky’s Blog
Visit Rabbi Marder’s Blog

Rabbis’ message about the high holidays

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Worship Schedule

Morning Minyan

Please check the calendar for information on Morning-Minyan Services.

Shabbat

Please check the calendar for information on Shabbat Services.

Holidays

Congregation Beth El Retreat

May 22-24

Registration is now open for Congregation Beth El Retreat! Join us at Camp Nah-Jee-Wah during Memorial Day Weekend, May 22- 24. Click here for more information and to register. See you at camp!

Check out more from our Rabbis: 
Click here for Rabbi Olitzky’s latest blog post on Torah on the Go.

Click here for Rabbi Marder’s latest blog post: Easing our Worried Hearts.

We’d like your family to meet our family.

We are a dynamic, egalitarian Conservative synagogue with a strong commitment to inspiring learning, engaging worship, and pursuit of social justice. We welcome people of all ages, genders, and backgrounds to join us on our journey: learned and novice; born-Jewish, Jew-by-choice, or non-Jew living Jewish; single or partnered; gay or straight. Our intent is that all who enter find a makom kadosh — a holy space — in which to seek God, connection, and community.

We’d like your family to meet our family.

We are a dynamic, egalitarian Conservative synagogue with a strong commitment to inspiring learning, engaging worship, and pursuit of social justice. We welcome people of all ages, genders, and backgrounds to join us on our journey: learned and novice; born-Jewish, Jew-by-choice, or non-Jew living Jewish; single or partnered; gay or straight. Our intent is that all who enter find a makom kadosh — a holy space — in which to seek God, connection, and community.